Donald Trump has called a former senior adviser a "dog" who is a "crazed, crying lowlife" after she released a tape in which the president expressed surprise at learning of her dismissal. He said Kelly had called her a "loser & nothing but problems", but he himself had tried to save her job - because he liked her public comments about him. As a NY business executive, he relied for decades upon NDAs to ensure that those closest to him never uttered a word about what they saw or were told about him.
"Look at her MANY recent quotes saying such wonderful and powerful things about me - a true Champion of Civil Rights - until she got fired", Trump added.
In the days before the release of her book, which she claims is a tell-all about the corruption of Trump's White House, Manigault-Newman has revealed tapes she secretly recorded during her time as an aide. He just trolled President Trump on the commander-in-chief's favorite social media platform. I didn't know that.
Asked on MSNBC's "Hardball" if special counsel Robert Mueller - investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation - would be interested in any of them, she said, "If his office calls again, anything they want, I'll share".
"I loved him [talking to her] on the phone".
The Trump campaign is now seeking millions from Ms Manigault-Newman on grounds or her apparently breaking a non-disclosure agreement. "#2 burn that ugly yellow dress you wore on the @TODAYshow and choose something more professional looking & maybe this interview will go a little smoother". She had also defended Trump against accusations of racism. And this time around, there's nothing left for Manigault Newman to be fired from, and nobody to do the firing. "That was one of the goals that I set out to and then get back to my life", she said.
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However, activists also say that the fact that the bill was even debated in the first place was a "victory" of sorts. Meanwhile, at the city's Metropolitan Cathedral, a "mass for life" was held in support of keeping laws unchanged.
In an interview that aired on NBC's "Meet the Press", Manigault Newman claimed that she recorded White House chief of staff John Kelly firing her in the Situation Room. Mr. Trump seemed to acknowledge that the unseemly fight would have been unusual for most of his 44 predecessors as president of the United States.
Dana Perino, who served as press secretary to President George W. Bush, said Newman exhibited "outrageous" behavior by taking a recording device into the Situation Room, where nothing is supposed to be taped. Variously styled as the vice chair of Trump's National Diversity Coalition and the director of African-American outreach - and casting herself as Trump's "Valerie Jarrett" - Manigault Newman fiercely defended Trump against accusations that he was racist and sexist.
But Jiang and CBS omitted the rest of Patton's statement, including the fact that she said the supposed source of the "n-word" tape, former Apprentice producer Bill Pruitt, had denied that he ever had an "n-word" tape. It appeared to be nothing more than a Trump Organization document that was modified to apply to White House staff - in fact, it still had a provision that in any litigated dispute, the parties agreed that NY state law would apply, language that no standard federal document would ever have used.
Donald Trump's election campaign has begun legal action against an ex-White House aide and reality TV star for allegedly breaching her contract.
Manigault Newman alleges in her book that Trump's campaign offered her a $15,000 per month payment in exchange for signing a binding document saying she wouldn't disclose information the President or his agents deemed confidential.
Omarosa adds in her new book: "In my opinion, Melania is counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce him".